For economic reasons the young individual general practitioner must accept and handle practically all potential new business. He must expect to get, at first, repetitive legal matters that will constitute a large part of his early practice. And he must learn quickly how to handle a very demanding clientele. He will learn very quickly that solo practice is not the most lucrative type of law practice.
Howard M. Rossen, The Solo Practitioner and the Poverty Program, 15 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 238 (1966)